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Massimiliano Allegri: 'Football mistakenly followed Pep Guardiola'

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Former Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri claims that football mistakenly followed the philosophy of Pep Guardiola for the last 20 years.
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Former Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has claimed that football teams mistakenly followed Pep Guardiola's philosophy for 20 years.

Allegri's sides are renowned for their defensive solidity and in five years as manager he took Juventus to two Champions League finals and five Serie A titles.

Speaking to Corriere della Sera, Allegri said: "We mistakenly followed Guardiola for 20 years. Guardiola's football was not for everyone.

"You have to have [Andres] Iniesta, Xavi and [Lionel] Messi. We took a subject that related only to them as a lesson for everyone."

Allegri is now out of work after stepping down from his role at Juventus during the summer and has recently been linked with the vacant Arsenal job.

The former AC Milan manager is reportedly unlikely to take a new job at the midway stage of the season, though, and may wait until the summer before making a move.

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2Manchester CityMan City24163565273851
3Leicester CityLeicester24153652242848
4Chelsea2412484132940
5Manchester UnitedMan Utd249783629734
6Tottenham HotspurSpurs249783832634
7Wolverhampton WanderersWolves2481063532334
8Sheffield UnitedSheff Utd248972523233
9Southampton2494113142-1131
10Arsenal2461263234-230
11Crystal Palace247982228-630
12Everton2486102835-730
13Burnley2493122838-1030
14Newcastle UnitedNewcastle2486102436-1230
15Brighton & Hove AlbionBrighton2467112734-725
16Aston Villa2474133145-1425
17West Ham UnitedWest Ham2365122738-1123
18Bournemouth2465132337-1423
19Watford2458112136-1523
20Norwich CityNorwich2445152447-2317
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